Latitude: 
29° 13' South
Longitude: 
153° 35' East
Conditions: 
Weather fine.
TRANSITTING THROUGH MORETON BAY WHILE CONDUCTING LINE AND SAIL SETTING DRILLS WAS FANTASTIC WITH THE GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS IN THE BACKGROUND. ONCE CLEAR OF CALOUNDRA THE SHIP WENT TO TACKING STATIONS AND PROVED THE WATCHBILL. AS THE SUN SET WATCHES CLOSED UP TO REFINE THEIR NEWLY ACQUIRED SKILLS. OVERNIGHT THE THE WIND
ABATED REQUIRING TO MOTOR SAIL SOUTH. THE SHIP UTILISED THE EAST AUSTRALIA COAST CURRENT AND MADE SUBSTANTIAL GROUND OVERNIGHT. BY SUNRISE YOUNG ENDEAVOUR WAS OFF BYRON BAY. AS THE TRADE WINDS
INCREASED THE 'IRON TOPSAILS' WERE SHUT DOWN AND ALL FORE AND AFT SAILS WERE SET. A MAGNIFICENT DAYS RUN, ALL WELL.

YOUTH CREW IMPRESSIONS

BRENTON, BERRI SA.
CLIMBING THE YARDS IS A REAL HEART IN MOUTH EXPERIENCE, ABOUT 30M ABOVE THE DECK OF THE SHIP, WORKING ON THE SAILS, ABSOLUTELY AWESOME.

CATHERINE,ACT
THIS IS THE BEST THING THAT I HAVE EVER DONE , THE PEOPLE ARE GREAT,THE BEST THING IS CLIMBING TO THE TOP OF THE 30M MAST WHAT A BUZZ

LAUREN, VIC
HAVING AN AWESOME TIME. CLIMBED ALOFT TO THE TOGALLANT. PEOPLE HERE ARE GREAT. HAVING HEAPS OF FUN.


YOURS AYE

BRENTON WITT
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, RAN
CAPTAIN STS YOUNG ENDEAVOUR